Dataset: NY
Search Criteria: Bahamas; Eleuthera; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden


NY
Myrcianthes fragrans (Sw.) McVaugh
722304W. C. Coker   4061903-07-07
Bahamas, Eleuthera, Tarpum Bay

NY
Eugenia axillaris (Sw.) Willd.
722271W. C. Coker   3221903-07-04
Bahamas, Eleuthera

NY
Eugenia axillaris (Sw.) Willd.
722274W. H. Lewis   71931968-12-28
Bahamas, Eleuthera, The Current. roadsides and fields adjacent beach; alt. to 10 m.

NY
Eugenia axillaris (Sw.) Willd.
722275W. H. Lewis   74301969-12-22
Bahamas, Eleuthera, The Current. vicinity of the beach, primarily sand and coral

NY
Eugenia axillaris (Sw.) Willd.
722287D. S. Correll   453361975-05-19
Bahamas, Eleuthera, In coppice on Cape Eleuthera

NY
Mosiera longipes (O.Berg) Small
1602353D. S. Correll   452911975-05-18
Bahamas, Eleuthera, beach coppice, Cape Eleuthera

NY
Eugenia confusa DC. DC.
722189E. G. Britton   64441907-02-18
Bahamas, Eleuthera, Harbour Island to Lower Bogue

NY
Calyptranthes pallens Griseb. Griseb.
722211N. L. Britton   55851907-02-21
Bahamas, Eleuthera, Rock Sound and vicinity, rocky plain

NY
Myrcianthes fragrans (Sw.) McVaugh (Sw.) McVaugh
722333N. L. Britton   56121907-02-23
Bahamas, Eleuthera, Miller's and vicinity, Rocky plain

NY
Myrcianthes fragrans (Sw.) McVaugh (Sw.) McVaugh
722334N. L. Britton   56121907-02-23
Bahamas, Eleuthera, Miller's and vicinity, Rocky plain

NY
Eugenia foetida Pers. Pers.
1436039N. L. Britton   53871907-02-17
Bahamas, Eleuthera, Glass Window to Harbor Island

NY
Mosiera longipes (O.Berg) Small (O.Berg) Small
1602355N. L. Britton   54171907-02-18
Bahamas, Eleuthera, Glass Window to Gregory Town


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